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Renal And Urinary Tract Disorders Quiz

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Renal and Urinary Tract Disorders Quiz
Renal and Urinary Tract Disorders. Urinary Incontinence, Urinary Retention

  
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1.  Which type of Urinary Incontinence is characterized by loss of small amounts of urine when intra-abdominal pressure increases? (sneezing, laughing, lifting)
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2.  Which type of Urinary Incontinence is characterized by the inability to get to the toilet facilities to urinate?
3.  Urinary retention with bladder overdistention and frequent loss of small amounts of urine (25-50 mL) is called __________ Incontinence.
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4.  Which type of Urinary Incontinence is the Involuntary loss of moderate amount of urine occurring without warning?
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5.  What is the best treatment for a patient with Overflow Incontinence?
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6.  Contributing factors for ________ Incontinence include decreased bladder capacity, bladder irridation, and CNS disorders.
7.  What is protrusion of the bladder or urethral wall into the vagina?
8.  The nurse is checking the postvoid residual urine measurement on a patient, how much residual urine would indicate that further tests are needed?
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9.  Which diagnostic test is done to evaluate bladder pressures?
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10.  Which surgical procedure is used to treat urethrocele?
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11.  _______________, or enlargement of the prostate, is a common cause of urinary retention. The presenting complaint is difficulty initiating and maintaining urine flow.
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12.  When neurologic diseases or trauma interfere with normal mechanisms of bladder emptying, it is called:
13.  The _____________ (applying pressure over the syphsis pubis with the fingers of one or both hands) may promote complete bladder emptying.
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14.  Drugs with ____________ effects may cause urinary retention.
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